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post #11 of 87 (permalink) Old 01-30-2019, 10:39 AM
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Is AVX512 even a good benchmark to test on since the instruction set isn't remotely efficient and has a bunch of hangups?

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Quote: Originally Posted by SwitchFX View Post
Is AVX512 even a good benchmark to test on since the instruction set isn't remotely efficient and has a bunch of hangups?
AVX512 is "not efficient and has a bunch of hangups" because people either don't understand it, don't know how to use it, or they misuse it. And when they get misused, people have a bad time and rant about it - thus giving it such a bad name.

Think of it as a gun. It is not a toy and can be very dangerous. You also don't have to use it. But if you can use it properly, it becomes a very powerful tool. The difference is that AVX512 doesn't have safety locks.

The 28-core is winning most of the multi-threaded workloads that support AVX512 - since it's there for those who can utilize it.


p.s. This is not a political statement on guns. It's just an example.

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There is such a thing as pricing it out of the consumer market, we saw that with the titan Z.. All this really does is give AMD a juicy target for the next gen threadripper to show off against.

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This product is clearly aimed at people like me, lol

"Because of the extreme power nature of this processor, Intel is taking the view that it should only be sold by OEMs and SIs that have the where-with-all to deal with how to cool them and how to provide technical support. As a result, users that want this chip will have to invest in a pre-built system."

Sad, because for the price I might actually consider it. It only scores 5871 in Cinebench at 4.4 at which point it goes thermonuclear. A 2990WX at 4.1 can score 6514. Tom's managed 6416 on theirs at 4.6, at almost double the power of a 2990WX lol. And pigeon crap too.

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44 lanes, LOL... what else to say. Oh yeah, worst socket ever.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Hydroplane View Post
This product is clearly aimed at people like me, lol

"Because of the extreme power nature of this processor, Intel is taking the view that it should only be sold by OEMs and SIs that have the where-with-all to deal with how to cool them and how to provide technical support. As a result, users that want this chip will have to invest in a pre-built system."

Sad, because for the price I might actually consider it. It only scores 5871 in Cinebench at 4.4 at which point it goes thermonuclear. A 2990WX at 4.1 can score 6514. Tom's managed 6416 on theirs at 4.6, at almost double the power of a 2990WX lol. And pigeon crap too.
Had to think about this about. But I think you're right.

Based on what I've heard internally (which I can't really disclose), I can see a very good reason why Intel doesn't want overclocking enthusiasts like us to build these W-3175X systems ourselves. I can't say if this is the actual the reason, but it certainly fits the picture on all sides.

And if we buy a full system and rip out the CPU+mobo to do our own thing, it's on us when things get damaged - warranty voided.
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Had to think about this about. But I think you're right.

Based on what I've heard internally (which I can't really disclose), I can see a very good reason why Intel doesn't want overclocking enthusiasts like us to build these W-3175X systems ourselves. I can't say if this is the actual the reason, but it certainly fits the picture on all sides.

And if we buy a full system and rip out the CPU+mobo to do our own thing, it's on us when things get damaged - warranty voided.
It's a shame, because the target market for a chip like this (i.e. people like me) would not be buying a pre-built. It's funny, a couple companies are building AIOs for this thing. They will melt lol

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